May 2, 2015: When engineer Vernon Covell bought a red-brick, two-story house at 816 South Ave. in Wilkinsburg in 1906, he set about making it a home with the same passion as he used when he designed bridges. He installed electricity in the house, and noted in his diary expenses for plumbing, paint brushes and colorful caladium bulbs for his yard. Now, a century later, 816 South Ave. needs a new champion. Read the full article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.